Dominant benign neonatal seizures

J A Tibbles
Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 1980, 22 (5): 664-7
Three families suffering from benign neonatal seizures are described, and the value of recognizing the condition in order to offer realistic reassurance to the family is stressed. Although it is uncommon, the rarity of its description in the literature probably does not reflect the true incidence of this dominantly inherited condition, in which there is an increased risk of the latter development of epilepsy.

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